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and karen finney on the debates. nina turner on the latest republican effort to block the vote. and the great actor bradley winn ford is getting out the vote for the president in ohio and his native wisconsin. tonight bradley joins me live on "the ed show." >>> good to have you with us. we have reached the end game of the presidential election. no more debates, just two campaigns pounding the pavement trying to win every last vote. there are only a few states left on the playing field. this morning president obama got a high five and a big hug from scott, the one who bear hugged the president last month. >> we had a severe outbreak last night. it was at least stage three romnesia. i just want to go over some of the symptoms because i want to make sure nobody in the surrounding area catches it. if you say that you love american cars during a debate but you wrote an article titled "let detroit go bankrupt," you might have romnesia. if you talk about how much you love teachers during a debate, but said just a few weeks ago that we shouldn't hire anymore because they won't grow the
to america? >> it was openly contemptuous and disrespectful. >> karen finney on the right wing freak-out over joe biden's knockout performance. >> ever felt that way where you just want to deck somebody? >> an obnoxious drunk. i think somewhere during the debate he took ritalin. >>> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. what did we see? we witnessed a schooling on the issues by vice president joe biden last night. it really was the shot in the arm the democrats and the progressives were hoping for. after watching mitt romney get away with lie after lie last week, the vice president wasn't putting up with it from a guy who's number two on the republican ticket. >> when we equivocate on our values, when we show that we're cutting our own defense, it makes us more weak. it projects weakness. when we look weak, our adversaries are much more wig to test us, more brazen in their attacks. >> with all due respect, that's a bunch of malarky. >> why is that so? >> not a single thing he said is accurate. >> biden never took his foot off the gas. in one brief sentence, the vice pr
into the looney bin? well, that's kind of the way i see it. but there may be some disagreement. we have karen finney, columnest for "the hill." and kate obenshane. ms. finney, this is the way i look t it. romney is smarter than biden. romney is better informed than biden. romney is younger than biden. and romney is cuter than biden. so i think romney's just going to do great in this debate, your thought? >> i assume you mean ryan. >> i did mean ryan, i'm sorry. i take it all back. >> if ryan wants to show those abs, i'm sure the audience would love it. look, there are a couple of things. joe biden will be able to hold ryan's feet to the fire in a way that i don't think anyone else has. and we've heard some of that conversation earlier this evening on your program talking specifically about the budget, specifically about medicare and medicaid. when paul ryan has said previously, i don't have enough time to walk you through the number, i'm sure he'll be given plenty of time. and remember that biden had what i thought was one of the best moments of the debate season last cycle when he reminded s
taylor and karen finney, also the former communications detector for the dnc. my apologies. goldie, paul ryan was back on mop up duty. here is what he had to say about bayonets and horses. >> to compare modern american battleships and navy with bayonets -- i just don't understand that comparison. the president -- all these defense cuts -- if all these defense cuts go through, our navy will be smaller than it was in world war i. >> that's simply not true. the size of the u.s. naval fleet reached its lowest point in 2007 under george bush. naval ships today as you know do more than they could do in the days of world war 19. can you just spell that out, goldie. >> the interesting part about this is that paul ryan doesn't understand because, frankly, he's never served. he's never put his name on an enlistment contract. he's never gone through boot camp. doesn't know what the navy does or how it does it. comparing, you know, our naval fleet today is like comparing the smartphone i have in my hand to rotary phones that my grandmother had. frankly, these ships, these vessels can do more. they c
in washington, msnbc political analyst karen finney and bethleh bethlehem, pennsylvania, professor peterson and joy reid in new york, managing editor. this is the second time in a matter of weeks that a republican candidate for the house, in this case the senate, sorry, has had to clarify that rape is a bad thing. can i just say for the sake of our viewers, rape is a horrifying crime. these people talk about rape as if they're selecting a cupcake from magnolia bakery. what's going on? >> yes, no it's interesting. richard mourdock said he thought about it a long time. how long did he think about it is? i've known victims of sexual abuse. you never overcome it. it's murder of the soul. you're talking about women who are traumatized. men are raped as well but women are traumatized so deeply that for these men to, i don't care how long you thought about it. you're saying to that woman or girl, children, 13, 14-year-old girls saying well now the state is going to use its awesome power to make you have the baby. >> every single week i'm hearing people use that term for political purposes. is it n
performance last week. >> thank you, karen. campaign manager, chimed in for obama said when the other side is spending their time talking about facial gestures and laughing you know they had a bad night. again, substance in that debate. people focus on that. >> need a paul ryan thirsty. >> cotton mouth last night. >> the big debate, we want to know who you thought won the vice presidential debate. make sure you weigh in at wnnfans.com. >>> and the fbi is asking the public for help finding a suspect in the disappearance of jessica ridgeway. the colorado girl disappeared a weak ago on her way to school, a body believed to be hers has been found. experts say the suspect most likely a male, may have unexplaned absences from work or may have just changed his appearance, with a kind of car that he drives. >>> the number of deaths from that meningitis outbreak continues to rise. 14 people have now died. and about 170 others have gotten sec after receiving the tainted steroid shots. federal health officials have tracked 12,000 of the roughly 14,000 people who have received the shots. doctors are w
. >> joining me today, a super sized edition. lock at this. analyst karen finney and columnist for the hill. contributor and republican strategist susan del perzio. bobby goesh. former state department officer joel rubin and former u.s. ambassador to morocco and former white house middle east adviser. good to have you all assembled this morning. karen, the obama campaign released a prebuttal to the expected speech of romney and saying we won't be lectured by someone who's been an inmitigated disaster on foreign policy every time he dipped his toe in the foreign policy area. that's coming from jen psaki. a zinger there. recent polls show that romney closing the gap. should it be a wake-up call for the president, the campaign that mitt romney thinks that the fight over foreign policy is one he's willing to take on? >> you know, i think we'll have to wait and see what governor romney says before we determine that. foreign policy, there's a lot to say that sounds great in rhetoric and platitudes and hearing plenty of governor romney and really about the approach and the policy and just in the p
to prepare to get people to higher ground. let's check in with karen mcginnis, more about what hawaii can expect as far as this wave and the size of this wave, karen. >> yes, they are anticipating between one and two meter rise of the water. now, initially that water may move back a little bit. you think, well, we're done with it. not the case. many people in hawaii are very familiar with what happens right before the onset of a tsunami. and that initial wave may not be the biggest. so coming up in less than 28 minutes, we're expecting that first wave to move onshore. just wanted to give you a little primer. well, natalie, back to you for some more information. >> okay, we'll check back in with you. we have someone on the phone we want to talk with, one of our cnn personnel, augie martin happens to be on vacation in hawaii. how's your vacation going tonight? >> well, it's great, apart from the arhythmic blaring of the tsunami sirens you wouldn't think anything is out of the ordinary. on top of our hotel, overlooking a beautiful crescent beach under an almost full moon, the waves didn't lo
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with a preview of perhaps the strategy, the expectations for tomorrow's debate is democratic strategy karen skeleton, she was a political strategist for al gore's race and debate against jack kemp and sundheim, who chaired the california republican party during arnold schwarzenegger's governorship. welcome back both of you inside "the war room." >> thank you. first of all, she did a great job in '96. i think that gore really did a great job -- >> jennifer: okay. we're getting right to it. [ laughter ] >> jennifer: karen what are your fears about the debate tomorrow? >> i would say first of all, you know, i hope he doesn't become condescending >> jennifer: joe biden. >> yeah, because there is such an age gap and experience gap. the model he could look to where dan quayle and lloyd benson went at each other and i thought lloyd benson handled that masterfully. and he overcomp states for the president's performance the other night and somehow loses himself. and loses that person in the clip you just showed. >> jennifer: and how about you duf? >> i think being too wonkish g
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. officer karen valencia was on duty at that station. >> i was able to stop the train and i was able to stop a suspect that matched the description that was given to me by dispatch. >> reporter: 48-year-old robert lee scott jr. of capitol heights, maryland, was subsequently convicted and is serving a four-month sentence in the arlington county jail and also faces charges in connection with at least one of the other incidents which happened in d.c. authorities say the website helped close the case. the detective and the officer who made the arrest got a round of applause from metro board members. john henrehan, fox 5 news. >>> sports is up next when we come back. rg3 says hey, what concussion? as the super rookie shines at home against the vikings, highlights are next. >> mother nature served up great weather today, but look at the midsection of the country and guess what? it's all heading our way. i'll have the details on what to expect coming up after the break. [ male announcer ] jay likes it when his mobile phone helps him deposit his checks. jay also like it when mother nature helps him
karen finney, who is a democratic strategist. also julian epstein, who is a democratic strategist, and here in new york msnbc political analyst professor michael eric dyson. professor dyson, mitt romney's wife says she's concerned about his mental health. paul ryan says he's inarticulate. if he can't think straight and he can't speak properly, is mitt romney george bush in disguise? >> i'll tell what you. i want to give you the baseline, i don't have time to give you the numbers. look, obviously this is a campaign that has gone awry. his great he is help mete, his wife, has revealed his greatest fault line. his own wife casting suspicion on the -- >> to be fair you have extrapolated somewhat. do you really think that that comment by his wife indicated a genuine anxiety she has for his mental well-being? >> well perhaps, an unspoken one. i don't think that obviously when she said mental well-being, i think she's talking about the emotional. the toughness it takes to stand in office. i'm not suggesting he somehow has borderline personality. i'm suggesting that the border states howe
director and msnbc political analyst karen finney, and in philadelphia professor james peterson of lehigh university and a regular contributor to thegrio.com. good afternoon to both of you. karen, what did you make of the president's recognition today that his rival is leading the double life of willard "mitt" romney, there are two people traveling around the country. >> well, there might even be three or four because a couple times i thought i heard all new versions of the fact that is we've heard in various versions of mitt romney. look, mitt romney, i got to say honestly, did he what he needed to do last night. i thought the president was fine. i'm sure he'll do much better coming up, and, of course, today was important for him. i think one of the most important things that needs to be reiterated coming out of last night is how often mitt romney just plain lied. for the president, you know, he had to balance between how much of his time was he going to take correcting that and how much of his time was he going to take trying to talk about his own ideas. >> karen, do you accept that the
? joining me in our war room is karen finney, msnbc political analyst and former dnc communications director, and chris wilson, republican pollster and strategist. thank you both for joining us. >> hey, melissa. >> karen, a day after the debate, president obama went back over some familiar ground. let's listen. >> when i got on to the stage, i met this very spirited fellow who claimed to be mitt romney. but it couldn't have been mitt romney, because the real mitt romney has been running around the country for the last year, promising $5 trillion in tax cuts that favor the wealthy. the fellow on stage last night said he didn't know anything about that. >> you know, karen, this is the day after the debate when he was criticized for not slugging back at mitt romney. are we going to hear more attacks on these about mitt romney's evolving positions? >> probably, we will. here's the problem that romney has from the beginning. his honest and trustworthiness, which is characteristic in polling, where president obama has consistently done very well. people trust him. also shares my values. with romne
thanks also to karen and jim. jim, who got this going. he figured out how to design a pump that the world now considers the world's standard. thank you, jim, for your great work. stand up so people know who you are. stand up. everyone else standing up. thank you. for those that are -- i'm hardly an expert on -- for those that don't know what jim did, he designed -- didn't just manufacture these pumps from someone else's drawings. he designed the technology. made the technology work that creates the pumps still being used today and that are and tha standard and built this enterprise and jim, you and your family and these people sitting around us, you did build it, this was not built by government. thank you, jim. now karen is around here somewhere. there she is. karen is running the operation now, learned from her mom and dad, and is running this business masterfully well. congratulations. i appreciate your comments and words. and chris christie stealing your line like that, that's simply not fair. i'm glad he brought it out. that was helpful. let me tell you how appreciative i am of somet
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about what? the moderator. karen finney joins me. stay with us. >>> yeah, does governor romney support the lily ledbetter act? >> sam, we'll get back to you on that. >> yeah, we'll get back to you on that. we have to play that to be fair to the story. that was the romney campaign response on equal pay for women back in april. that would be six months ago. six months later, still don't have any answers. last night, both candidates were asked about pay equity. president obama pointed to the very first bill he signed, the lily ledbetter fair pay act, which gives women the ability to sue over pay inequity. mitt romney ignored the question, and instead discussed appointing women to top jobs while he was governor of massachusetts. >> and i went to my staff, and i said, how come all the people for these jobs are all men? and they said, well, these are the people that have qualifications. and i said, gosh, well, can't we find some women that are also qualified? >> well, in 2002, mitt romney was 55 years old and he had been a leader in the business world for decades. why didn't he know any qual
of the entire library as you can see. joining us now from washington is karen finney, a columnist for "the hill" and an msnbc political analyst, and julian epstein, a political strategist. karen, the centers for disease cell says maternal mortality, while low, has doubled in the past 25 years. can you please explain to me the mania that causes republicans like mr. walsh to couch their anti-choice arguments in the most ridiculous misappropriation of the evidence and the skin? >> you know, martin, clearly they're going to sit and cite those left wing conspiracy theory was the data points. joe walsh and todd akin have taught me a lot about my body that i never knew, and i think we should be paying attention. women have mystical powers we never knew. medicine has clearly advanced to the point that every woman just doesn't have to worry anymore. it's really quite scientific the way they've gotten to these conclusions. >> you're saying, karen, your own personal health has been helped by mr. akin, mr. ryan, and others. >> absolutely. and i expect when they return to congress, they are going to actuall
cox and karen finney. karen can you imagine turning on your television looking for the latest news worried about a loved one or your relatives and hearing people having a good laugh? >> if it was fox news and they were laughing at the president, i suppose i would be disgusted but not surprised. i mean, think about the last jobs report they said there must have been some kind of, you know, fiddling with the numbers, and now they're suggesting -- they're probably going to suggest actually that somehow obama made the storm happen so that he could try to put off the jobs report. >> he is a special one. he is able to manipulate the currents and the tornadoes and the hurricanes. >> and instead of thinking that, gee, i don't know, people may have been in danger and decided to stay home for a couple days rather than risking coming into their offices while the federal government was closed and sort of being concerned about the people because it is people who actually have to do the work, why not be concerned about them rather than attack the president. >> because it's better to start laughi
it works. all right, karen, thanks a lot. appreciate that, that live report. you have to wonder, we saw 70 million tune in for the first debate and we have 51 for the vice presidential. we'll get the numbers this latest debate i guess sometime in the next 36 hours or so but you wonder, will people tune in for the third one, foreign policy, people tend to care more about domestic or i wonder whether it will get the same kind of crowd or whether this interest in libya and a possible strike against al qaeda may drum up interest and boost the numbers. >> i think it's must-see stephenie for anybody especially after what happened last night. >> it was intense. >> i think we need to have a pay-per-view match between the two of them. >> i always find that ironic, we want civility in our politics. >> no, we don't. >> people like to see them go at it and then intellectual substantive way go at it and let these two very different men clash on the ideas. i think people like that. certainly makes for better tv and a stronger discourse, i think so civility would not be as entertaining to watch for 90 mi
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